Graduate Research Assistants give their job an average rating of 4.2 out of 5.0. The Graduate Research Assistants happiest with their jobs are employed by University of Vermont with an average rating of 0.0 while the Graduate Research Assistants least happy with their jobs work for University of Oregon with an average rating of 2.1.Submit a Review
"Love: the work, exposure and advisers. Hate: compensation."
"Yes I love it. I did learn so much useful knowledge."
"Learn much useful knowledge which benefits my academic background."
"I love it. I did learn many useful knowledge."
"It was a great experience before getting a real job. I learned a lot and had the chance to clear my path by myself."
"I did improve a lot in my major area and got a good chance to do a useful project."
"I got an amazing chance to work on a very useful project and also learnt a lot."
"I love the work and the chance to keep learning. The downside is only the compensation."
"What I love about being a Graduate Research Assistant is that I am constantly learning new things related to my field of study."
"There is nothing to hate really in this job. This is because being a Graduate Assistant is a privilege."
"I like the freedom I get doing my research. There is nothing I don't like. This is a great place for Graduate Students."
"The financial assistance that is provided is too low."
"It is quite challenging as well as a position where you will learn a lot at an academic research level. I feel the real industrial exposure is out of the University and not at an academic level."
"I love the freedom of choosing WHAT to work on and I love the flexibility of work hours and technique. I hate that you have to do the majority of the work on your own and the weak practicality of the projects you work on."
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